They were stationed in Luanda,Addis Ababa,Beira.Their main task was to protect civilian specialists from GDR.And to provide service and supply for said specialists and medical teams from the GDR.Also planes were housed there for a safe evacuation from the area.There was no evidence of deeper military activity from them
South West African Turbo Wolf Mine Protected Vehicle the brother of the South African Casspir - 1980's Namibia. The red ovals were drawn to show where the antennas were mounted on the Turbo Wolf compared to the standard Wolf which had them mounted elsewhere.
Exiled members of the former Albanian Royal Guard fighting with the Rhodesian Security Forces during the Bush War under the leadership of the banished Albanian Royal Family; somewhere in Rhodesia, circa 1970s
Soldiers from the Rhodesian Security Forces, taking a break from operations in the bush, one with a camouflaged FN FAL, another with an FN MAG, during the Rhodesian Bush War against the Zimbabwe African National Union and the Zimbabwe People's Revolutionary Army, c. Rhodesia 1975 - 1979
Soldiers from Rhodesian Security Forces (with an FAL and FN MAG), riding in a Mercedes Unimog truck, through the bushland, during the Rhodesian Bush War, against the Zimbabwe African National Liberation Army and against the Zimbabwe People's Revolutionary Army, Rhodesia, c. 1975 - 1979
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